Transfer curriculum guides provide students with an outline of courses that are needed to fulfill requirements at CMU. By viewing a transfer curriculum guide, it is possible to know which classes taken at a community college will transfer for credit at CMU.

CMU has developed many guides with regionally accredited colleges and universities to simplify the transfer process and eliminate taking courses that may not be applicable to your choice of major or degree–saving you time and money.

View CMU's transfer curriculum guide for your current institution and program of study by selecting your college here:
View CMU’s agreements and guides by selecting your college.


You will see two types of transfer curriculum guides for your college:

Those based on Articulation Agreements: An Articulation Agreement is a signed agreement between CMU and your institution which allows you to transfer a pre-defined set of credits to CMU seamlessly. The guide is generally developed based on the completion of an associate degree or certificate program prior to transferring.

Those based on recommended courses: These guides are developed based on recommended courses, depending on your major and the course offerings at both institutions. Guides are for informational purposes only, and may be updated based on availability of courses.

These guides are meant to assist you with the selection of community college courses that are transferable to CMU. You should still work closely with a counselor or an academic advisor at your current institution to select courses and develop a plan for transferring to CMU.

If you have any questions related to the transfer admission process, please contact the CMU Admissions Office as soon as possible.